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ear bone

One of the ossicles of the tympanic cavity: the malleus, incus, and stapes.
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That would probably be enough to recommend them to athletes and active users who want to get the cables out of the way, but The Dash also has an ear bone mic that eliminates background interference, and it acts as a fully fledged activity tracker, with built-in heart rate, oxygen saturation and energy-expenditure monitoring.
One of them entered her left ear, broke the ear bone and got embedded deeply in the inner part of her brain.
Anthropologists who have studied the physical remains of ancient Peruvians have identified physical conditions typical of repetitive diving in cold water, the clearest evidence being inner ear bone growth.
The left ear bone conduction of Subject I on March 4 drops from 1500 Hz to 3000 Hz (well before the plateau one should expect to find in the listening curve of a good singer, of which subject I is an example).
Most of them are semi-implantable, where there's something attached to the little ear bone and then something outside that drives it.
This tiny structure is similar to an inner ear bone and helps the animal maintain its sense of balance.
His jaw was broken and his jawbone jammed into an ear bone, prosecutors said.
A later scan revealed he suffered a double fracture to his ear bone and he has since suffered some loss of hearing.
in which Ellen goes in for a routine hearing test and is set upon by a right-wing ear, nose, and throat man determined to enlarge her ear bone.
It's an ear bone made of calcium carbonate and protein that helps fish maintain their balance.
The man was beaten unconscious, his jaw broken and his jawbone jammed into his ear bone, Chung said.